Can direct deposit forms be sent directly to HR, or does the employer have to do it?

I found my direct deposit form in my employee file, so I called HR to see if they ever received notification from my employer regarding the change of the bank that I am now wanting to deposit with. Nope. My employer hasn't even bothered.

I'm waiting on a call back from HR. My next question to them will be

I found my direct deposit form in my employee file, so I called HR to see if they ever received notification from my employer regarding the change of the bank that I am now wanting to deposit with. Nope. My employer hasn't even bothered.

I'm waiting on a call back from HR. My next question to them will be if I can fax or send the direct deposit form myself. It's just been a while since I've last heard from them.

So, does anyone know if employees are typically allowed to send their direct deposit forms in themselves? Regardless the process takes two weeks, but that's sooner than how long it will take for my boss to finally stop sitting on it.

Other answer:

Rogue District:
HR (Human Resources) is a department of your company or employer. Your boss works for the same company, as does the HR staff. You may provide them direct to HR, or your boss, either will get to the payroll department at the same time.
Misty:
I would send it to them.

And some companies hire other companies to do their payroll, so it may not be the same company.

Bill:
It depends on the company you work for, but generally there shouldn't be a problem.
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